Police, paramedic and court costs keep spiralling upward, as a task force searches for ways tame the wild Waterloo parties.
The emotional gathering at Kitchener City Hall was attended by hundreds of people from a wide range of faith communities.
While some parents and guardians put off immunizations, others — who can’t receive the vaccines — worry about the lack of protection.
The presentations to a panel of judges were the culmination of a six-part workshop series, called Countdown 101.
With falls being the main reason that seniors lose their independence, a provincially sponsored program is trying to step up.
Speakers and activities focused on the important ways that truth can be told and the reconciliation process be made real and local.
In exchange for a little calculation, Conestoga students were able to equate March 14 with the taste of mouth-watering goodness.
The Ezra Avenue St. Patrick’s Day booze fests are already the stuff of dubious legend. This year, police will have to deal with legal cannabis, too.
The yearly event featured coins, memorabilia and other collectibles, treasured by those with a fascination with relics from the past.
In total, 32 newcomers to Canada were expected to arrive in Waterloo Region. They’ll be sponsored by ICNA and the Canadian government.
Sites such as Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook provide unrealistic views of the lives people are living, says a Cambridge, Ont., psychotherapist.
A Kitchener consulting firm, Overlap Associates, is conducting one-on-one interviews with staff and students during March.
A Toronto Maple Leaf alumni team will face off against Our Nation’s Heroes in a Portraits of Honour Foundation fundraising effort on April 5.
The weekend-long event, hosted by the U of W Juggling Club, will include workshops, performances and competitions. All ages are welcome.